Metro by T-Mobile has been an Un-carrier subsidiary since 2013, well before its official rebrand. However, Metro customers haven't had the opportunity to participate in any deals through T-Mobile Tuesdays, the rewards program that offers weekly giveaways and savings. Beginning next week, Metro users can finally redeem the same deals as T-Mobile and Sprint customers, starting with a free subscription to MLB.tv.
T-Mobile has a contract with Major League Baseball to offer its subscribers free MLB.TV subscriptions through 2023. With another year of pandemic sports on the horizon, fans might be happy to take advantage of the Un-carrier's offer this year which is set to officially become available soon.
Quibi launched earlier this year to less-than-rave reviews. Creating video content exclusively for mobile consumption is an intriguing idea, but the execution left a lot to be desired. The app didn't even support Chromecasting until recently. Now the streaming service is teaming up with T-Mobile to offer free six month subscriptions. This isn't the first time T-Mobile has joined up with Quibi, but now that quarantine fever is setting in, maybe you'll actually take them up on it?
Carriers use all sorts of promotions to entice subscribers their way, and for the past four years now T-Mobile has been been handing out weekly freebies as part of its T-Mobile Tuesdays program. We've even seen other carriers try to spin up their own versions of the deal, to mixed success. But now that T-Mobile and Sprint are one, what does that spell for access to T-Mobile Tuesdays giveaways? After confirming plans to extend the offer to Sprint users earlier this year, T-Mobile is finally flipping the switch, welcoming Sprint subscribers who can grab their first deals next Tuesday.
T-Mobile offers a number of perks to its postpaid subscribers through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app. This week, Un-Carrier customers can nab a three-month subscription to Stadia Pro — provided they haven't signed up for the cloud gaming service already. Pro usually costs $10 per month.
In the U.S., two of the big four carriers will be selling the OnePlus 8 — not the OnePlus 8 Pro — starting April 28 at 9 p.m. PDT: T-Mobile and Verizon. The self-proclaimed Un-carrier intends on making a splash with the new launch by giving away phones to its subscribers and rounding up as many switchers as possible with big discounts on both the 8 as well as the 7T.
The boys of summer are headed our way fast and for us spectators, it means grabbing our season passes or chucking a few coins toward the piggybank for the nosebleeds... and the plane. But for the people who don't want cable, but still want to watch a whole bunch of games, you might want to hitch up with T-Mobile soon — it's giving its subscribers a free full-season subscription to MLB.tv starting March 24.
Along with John Legere's sass, T-Mobile customers get a lot of freebies through the carrier's Tuesdays app. One of the most significant of those is the yearly subscription to MLB.TV, and that offer is back again for 2019. You'll be able to take advantage of it on March 26.